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Regularly referred to as the most expensive street in the world, Manhattan’s 5th Avenue runs down the center of Midtown Manhattan. Between 49th and 60th streets, 5th Avenue plays host to many of the world’s most prestigious retail outlets, and is a destination for shoppers from around the world. While it’s best known for its shopping, tourists wanting to see the sights visit the street more than shoppers, and there are a number of attractions on the street.
Make your way along the street to take in the landmarks of the area. Join a walking tour for explanations of the sites you are passing; however, as 5th avenue is just one street, it is easily navigated on your own. The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission has designated a number of the buildings on 5th Avenue as landmarks, including 500 Fifth Avenue, one of the most iconic buildings in the area. The Gorham Building at number 390 is known for its Italian-style fittings and ornate balconies.
Visit some of the major cultural institutions in New York between 82nd and 105th streets, the section known as Museum Mile. Here, visitors can discover the history of the city at the Museum of the City of New York and the Jewish Museum, see some of the world’s most famous works of art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum, or visit the Goethe Institut, a German cultural center.
Fifth Avenue runs from Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, through Midtown and the Upper East Side before stopping at 120th street. The street is well served by the subway at all points, and visitors can easily walk sections of the street. Fifth Avenue can be visited daily, and there is no fee; however, many of the attractions along the way are subject to an entry fee.
Omni Berkshire Place is at the center of midtown Manhattan, steps from Fifth Avenue and many of the city's finest shops and restaurants. Central Park is a 5-minute walk, and Fifth Avenue-53rd Street Subway Station is only 2 minutes away, putting the rest of New York within easy reach.
Full-service, club-like hotel in a prime location opposite Rockefeller Center and the NBC/Today Show studios. Catty corner to Radio City Music Hall and just one block from 5th Avenue shopping, St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Museum of Modern Art. A short walk to Broadway, Times Square and the Theater District.
Just off Fifth Avenue, 4 blocks from Central Park, and 5 from Rockefeller Center, this New York hotel attracts guests from the fashion and entertainment worlds.
Situated in New York's Broadway - Times Square neighborhood, this hotel is close to Museum of Television and Radio, Rockefeller Center, and Broadway. Area attractions also include Grand Central Terminal and Times Square.
Ideally situated where Manhattan's Fifth Avenue meets Central Park, this celebrated New York hotel re-opened in Spring 2008 after a $400 million lobby-to-roof renovation with a new and contemporary spirit.
Ideally located on Fifth Avenue amid the city's best shopping, this Beaux Arts landmark is within 4 blocks of Rockefeller Center, the Museum of Modern Art, Central Park, and the Theater District.
Located in Central New York City, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Museum of Modern Art, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and Radio City Music Hall. Rockefeller Center and Ed Sullivan Theater are also within 10 minutes.
This family-friendly Manhattan hotel is located in a shopping district, within a 10-minute walk of Tiffany & Co., Barney's, and Rockefeller Center. Museum of Modern Art and St. Patrick's Cathedral are also within 10 minutes.